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Re: putting songs on a disc
You have to download music from a music site and them "burn" these songs to a CD using Nero or some other similar program.
It is quite easy once you have the music on your PC.
Some sites are free others are pay to download.
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If you already have the cd software go ahead and put it in your computer. It should automatically start the disc once you close the cd drive. Once it opens just follow the direction for installation. You will have to restart your computer once the cd has finished. Then just hook your phone up to your computer using a usb cord. Then you can add all the music you want buy using Windows Media player or opening the computer folder and dropping music in it that way.
i load mine by either downloading the song or copy it from cd to computer, instead of trying to sync it to the mp3 player. i pull the folder up with my music and right click the songs i want and send them to the port my player is hooked up to . then i delete the songs on the computer once i remove the player, works for me ,,,,rate
To add music to your DSi, first you need a spare sd card, and a pc or laptop that can sync with the card. Remember that the DSi only plays AAC type songs, so convert the songs you want to copy-paste on the card. This can be done easily on Itunes on which I use by right-clicking on the song and it will show you there ' convernt to AAC'. After saving the songs , take out the card from the pc or laptop and you can now insert the card in your DSi and play music and enjoy.
Will the disc play in your PC or another PC when it is put in there?
Will someone elses burned CD's play in your stereo?
If so, then there may be an additional step when you burn the disc called "finalizing" that will complete the burn on the disc in a way that will prevent any more songs from being added to it, but will make it readable in many more devices.
This usually is either a checkbox or an option pops up after the disc is burned (I don't know about i tunes software for sure).
Since a lot of older stereos cannot play burned CD's there is still a chance this will not work for you.